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04/30/2016

04:28 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12328: Show warnings about vulnerable and no longer supported Ruby versions.
I am against ruby emitting warnings just because it thinks there may be a newer ruby version available.
Cezary, if...

04/19/2016

12:40 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12300 (Open): Allow Object#clone to take freeze: false keyword argument to not freeze th...
This allows Object#clone to not freeze the resulting object, which fixes a long standing problem in ruby in that you ...

04/18/2016

10:59 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12299 (Open): Add Warning module for customized warning handling
This is another attempt to provide the same type of support for customized warning handling as #12026. matz had a co...

04/09/2016

10:28 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12026: Support warning processor
Here is a patch that implements $WARNING_PROCESSOR support.

03/21/2016

05:20 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12026: Support warning processor
Tsuyoshi Sawada wrote:
> Can we have additional syntax that is analogous to `rescue` (but a little different)? Maybe...

03/17/2016

04:40 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12026: Support warning processor
Benoit Daloze wrote:
> I think writing the warning to the screen should be part of the cutomizable behavior of that ...
02:28 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12026: Support warning processor
Shyouhei Urabe wrote:
> Yes we discussed this at the meeting, and someone pointed out that this request has somethin...
05:51 AM Ruby trunk Feature #12092: Allow Object#clone to yield cloned object before freezing
Martin Dürst wrote:
> Hello Jeremy,
>
> On 2016/03/17 01:14, merch-redmine@jeremyevans.net wrote:
>
> > No...

03/16/2016

04:14 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12092: Allow Object#clone to yield cloned object before freezing
Nobuyoshi Nakada wrote:
> Why does it need to be a singleton method but can't a method from an included module?
I...

03/14/2016

07:03 PM Ruby trunk Feature #12026: Support warning processor
Since this will be discussed tomorrow at the developers meeting, here's a more detailed example of how this can be us...

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